Redshirted his freshman year at Colorado State University, No. 34 running back Hunter Williams’ foundation includes earning MVP status at Frisco Centennial High School his senior year.

Williams, a 5-foot-7, 175-pound running back and corner guard for the Centennial Titans, logged impressive statistics during his tenure. Ranked No. 461 statewide, he totaled 1,389 yards as a senior during 10 games, including three tackles and seven touchdowns.

A Frisco, Texas, native and the son of Antonio and Dionne Williams, Hunter was a two-time receiver of all-district honors before signing with the Colorado State Rams. A multisport athlete, Hunter held positions on his high-school soccer and track teams.

The Colorado Rams just completed a run of five bowl appearances in 2017 under head coach Mike Bobo, a former offensive coordinator with the University of Georgia Bulldogs. Bobo led the team to a fifth-place ranking in 2018. As a redshirt, Williams did not play in any games last year.


Harris County Creates New LGBT Commission

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